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Loss (Psychology) -- Fiction

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Animal Bones and other stories, 2019

Identifier: cw_2019spring_valcour_megan.pdf
Overview "'Animal Bones and other stories,' a collection of short fiction, explores the reverberations of loss and the strength it takes to rebuild in the aftermath. In "Lake Monster," a precocious eight-year-old girl and a grieving father find themselves linked in strange rotation around a prison and a polluted town lake. In "What Is Left," a newly retired man discovers a familiar kinship with the remains from the three small towns that now sit under the county's reservoir. And in the title story,...
Dates: 2019

The Silent Whistle, 2022

Identifier: vm_2022summer_li_yingtong.pdf

"19-year-old girl Ming is a loner who works the night shift at a convenience store. One day near the spring festival, her neighbor Rui invites her for a "special" dinner, which summons up her hidden past…" -- Abstract

Dates: 2022